Hike, don’t just drive…
Sedona deserves to be be explored on foot!
Sedona is one of Arizona’s most popular tourist destinations. It is just 120 miles north of Phoenix in Arizona’s central mountains, just 30 miles south of Flagstaff in the high desert. This scenic collection of red rock buttes, pinnacles, mesas, and sandstone cliffs that truly glow with an energized red hue, is at the mouth of spectacular Oak Creek Canyon. The red rock canyons surrounding Sedona are famous the world around for their spectacular vistas.
The remains of ancient wetlands, these crimson cliffs have been carved by the forces of nature into a most magnificent scenic masterpiece. Driving through this wonderland allows a cursory introduction to its beauty, but Sedona’s red rock landscape deserves to be explored on foot. Even short easy hikes will bring you into a land of wonder and beauty, planting memories which you will treasure, bringing you back again and again!
Best Hiking – Sedona Hotels with Hiking Trails
But better than driving and parking, there are a few hotels in Sedona that offer the hiker both accommodations and the opportunity to step outside their hotel and enter into the magnificent Coconino National Forest any time of the day. For those people who simply love the outdoors, Sedona is like a little piece of heaven, and these hotels make it just that much better.
If you stay at one of the hotels that have direct access to these trails, you have no need to get in a car for a hike, morning or evening, or anytime. And one trail connects to many, so you can vary your experience from one trailhead to another. The Kings Ransom Sedona Hotel and the Kings Ransom Inn Sedona are located adjacent to the Margs Draw Trailhead. Enchantment Resort is located adjacent to the Boynton Canyon Trail.